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Message For You! The World’s Best Message In Your Own Language

The following message has changed the lives of billions* of people. Why not yours also? Please take the time to watch it. It is well worth it… (Short Version only approx 10 minutes)

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Zur Botschaft (auf Deutsch/German)

More languages: see Languages Overview below:

*Since the beginning of the original message 2,000 years ago, see message.

The message is available in different languages.
You can choose your language in the list below.

Available languages (total): 108
New languages are added from time to time!
Latest added: Welsh
Red = 2 (finished/revised translations)

Orange = 106 (temporary rough translations, but already published and meant for sharing, see article Explanation on the Temporary Rough Translations)
Grey = ca. 40 (languages that are not yet published as translations. More coming soon, to be continued. Not counted in the “total”)
Dialects = coming soon (not counted in the “total”)
Fantasy languages and secret languages = coming soon (not counted in the “total”)

How the languages are counted and what kinds of versions of languages there are (click to open)

How the languages ​​are counted and which versions of the languages ​​there are

Here you will find a short explanation of how we count the languages ​​and which versions of the languages ​​there are.

We count most languages ​​and then enter the total number above at “Available languages ​​(total)”.

Not counting towards “total”:
Dialects (which are usually not considered as an individual language), fantasy languages ​​(languages ​​constructed by humans, e.g. Elvish), secret languages ​​(languages ​​also constructed by humans, e.g. Emoji), grey languages, language main subpages (e.g. “German Languages ​​(Overview)”), informal and formal versions (e.g. “Du-Form” and “Sie-Form”), children’s versions, versions of written script (e.g. Cyrillic script and Latin script of the same language), other versions (e.g. language variations in different countries, but of the same language such as “Spanish – Spain” and “Spanish – USA”), multiple names of the languages ​​(shown in brackets after each language) and references of the languages ​​(e.g. “see”, “not to be confused with”, “similar to” etc. in the languages ​​overview below), are available in the languages ​​overview, but will not be counted towards the total under “Available languages ​​(total)”.

Exceptions that are counted under “total”:
Planned languages ​​(constructed languages ​​that were developed by people for specific purposes, e.g. as international communication, e.g. Esperanto), endangered languages ​​(that have few speakers and are therefore in danger of dying out), extinct languages ​​(that no one speaks anymore), dead languages ​​(that no one speaks as their native language anymore, but that is still taught as a language but is not developing further), liturgical languages ​​or sacred languages ​​(e.g. languages ​​used in a liturgical celebration by different religions, e.g. Latin, Sanskrit) and all other languages ​​(which are not excluded above under “Not counted”) will count towards the total number of all languages.

Note on correctness of the versions and names of the languages ​​etc.:
We strive to ensure accuracy of the versions and names of the languages ​​etc., but cannot rule out the possibility of errors. Some of the errors, such as colloquial names of the languages, are intentional in order to reach more people who search for the search term. We developed the Languages Overview through our own internet research, but we have not studied linguistics. But that is not what it is about, it is about spreading the message. More about this and further explanations can be found under Explanation on the Languages Overview


Choose Your Language Below:

You can find all languages in the overview below (scroll down).

Tip: If you can not find your desired language (click to open)

If you can not find your language immediately in the overview below, use your browser’s search function:
On your PC: Then you can press the keys Ctrl and F both (by continuing to hold) on your PC. Then you can see a search box. Type in your language (in your mother tongue) in that search box and click Enter. If you then see more search results, then use the symbols ˄ and ˅ to show every single search result. 
On your mobile device: Or if you are on a mobile device (for example using your smartphone): Then type on the three dots right above the browser (menu symbol). Then type on “Find in page”. Then you can type in your language in the search box and type on Enter or on the lens symbol. If you then see more search results, then use the symbols ˄ and ˅ to show every single search result. 
For other devices, please search the Internet for other instructions.

Further questions and answers and explanations on the translations:

You can find further questions and answers and explanations on the translations on the subpage Explanation on the Languages Overview

Below the Language Overview you can find even more explanation on the translations.

The languages are in alphabetical order (A-Z) according to the ENGLISH names of the languages. But you can also find the names in mother tongue in the bracket behind each language.

Click on the desired language:

Aa Bb Cc Dd Ee Ff Gg Hh Ii Jj Kk Ll Mm Nn Oo Pp Qq Rr Ss Tt Uu Vv Ww Xx Yy Zz

Abaza (абаза бызшва, abaza byzšwa, абазэбзэ)
(Achinese, Bahsa/Basa Acèh, بهسا اچيه)
Achinese – see “Acehnese”
(West Circassian, Cherkess, КӀахыбзэ, K’axybzæ, Адыгабзэ, Adygabzæ)
Afghan Persian – see “Persian – Afghan Persian (Dari)” or “Persian”; Not to be confused with “Afghani”
Afghani (افغانی , Afghāni) – see “Pashto”; Not to be confused with “Afghan Persian”
(Afrikaans, Cape Dutch)
(shqip, gjuha shqipe, Shqiptar, Shqiptare)
አማርኛ, amarəñña)
Arabic (Arabian language, اللغة العربية , اَلْعَرَبِيَّةُ , al-ʿarabiyya, عَرَبِيّ, ʿarabīy)
Aramaic/Aramaean (Aramaian, ארמית , Arāmît, ܐܪܡܝܐ , Ārāmāyâ, Turoyo, Ṭūroyo, Ṭūr ‘Abdinian Aramaic, Surayt, Sūrayṯ, Suryoyo, Sūryōyō, ܛܘܪܝܐ , Syriac, Syrian; Not to be confused with “Armenic” – see “Armenian”)
Armenian/Armenic (հայերէն/հայերեն, Hayeren, Hayaren, Haieren; Not to be confused with “Aramaic”)
Assamese (অসমীয়া, asamīẏā)
Austro German
– see “German – Austro German”
Azerbaijani (Azərbaycan, Azeri, آذربایجان دیلی , Азәрбајҹан дили)
(Bairt‧ngvr‧zix, Báiyǔ, 白語, 白语)
Bangla/Bangladesh language – see “Bengali”
Bashkir (Башҡортса Bashqortsa, Башҡорт теле Bashqort tele, Basquir; Not to be confused with
Basque (Euskara; Not to be confused with “Basquir” – see “Bashkir”)
Basquir – see “Bashkir” (Not to be confused with
Belarusian(Belarusan, Belarussian, Belorussian, беларуская мова belaruskaja mowa)
Bengali (বাংলা ভাষা, bāṃlā bhāṣā, Bangla, Bangladesh language)
Binisaya – see “Bisaya”
Birmese – see “Burmese”
Bisaya/Bisayan – see “Cebuano”
Bosnian (bosanski jezik/босански језик)
(български език, bălgarski esik)
Burman – see “Burmese”
Burmese (bəma˨sa˨, မြန်မာစာ, mranmabhasa, Myanmar language, Burma language, Burman language)
Canadian French – see “French – Canada/Canadian French” (Not to be confused with “Kannada”)
Cambodian – see “Khmer”

Cape Dutch – see “Afrikaans”
Castilian/Castillian/Castellano – see “Spanish”
Catalan (Valencian, valencià, catalá)
Cebuan/Cebuano (Binisaya, Bisaya, Bisayan, Visayan, Sebwano, Cebuan from Cebu island on the Philippines)
Changana – see “Xitsonga”
Chewa – see “Nyanja”
Chichangana – see “Xitsonga”
Chichewa – see “Nyanja”
Chishangana – see “Xitsonga”
Chishona – see “Shona”
Chitsonga – see “Xitsonga”
Chinyanja – see “Nyanja”
Circassian – see “Adyghe”
Cherkess – see “Adyghe”
(Chuuk, Ruk, Trukese)
Corsican (Corsu, Lingua Corsa)
(Nēhiyawēwin, ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐍᐏᐣ)
Creole – see “Haitian Creole” and “Mauritian Creole”
(hrvatski jezik)
Cymric – see “Welsh”
(český jazyk, čeština)
Dari in Afghanistan ( دری ,  Darī, فارسی دری , Fārsī-yi Darī) – see “Persian – Afghan Persian (Dari)” or “Persian”; Not to be confused with the other “Dari” – see “Dari in Iran”
Dari in Iran
(Gabri , دری ; Not to be confused with the other “Dari” – see “Dari in Afghanistan”)
English (All Versions)
Esperanto (Constructed/Plan language Esperanto; Not to be confused with “Español” – see “Spanish”)
(eesti keel)
Euskara – see “Basque”
(føroyskt mál)
(Fārsī, форсӣ, Iranian Persian ,زبان فارسی, similar to Dari – see “Dari in Afghanistan”)
(Fiji, Na vosa vaka-Viti)
(Wikang Filipino, Pilipino, Tagalog)
(suomi, suomen kieli)
French – Standard French/France (Français)
French – Canada/Canadian French/Quebec (Québec, Français)
Frisian in Friesland of the Netherlands – West Frisian (Westerlauwersk Frysk, Westerlauwers Fries; Not to be confused with Frisian in Northern Germany – see “North Frisian”)
Frisian in Northern Germany – North Frisian
(nordfriisk; Not to be confused with Frisian in Friesland in the Netherlands – see “West Frisian”)

Gabri – see “Dari in Iran”
Gaelic – see
“Irish” and “Scottish Gaelic”
Galician (Galego, Gallego)
Gallego/Galego – see “Galician”
Ganda – see “Luganda”
Georgian (ქართული ენა, kartuli ena)
German Languages (Overview)
German/Deutsch (Informal Form/Du-Form)
German/Deutsch 2
(Formal Form/Sie-Form)

German/Deutsch (Children’s Version/ Kinderversion)
German – Austro German (Austrian German, Österreichisch)
German – Judeo-German – see

German – Low German
(German mostly in some parts of North Germany, Plattdeutsch, Holsteiner Platt, Niederdeutsch)
German – Swiss German
(German in Switzerland, Schwizerdütsch, Schwiizertüütsch, Schweizerdeutsch)
Gorkha/Gorkhali – see “Nepali”
Greek (ελληνική, ellinikí)

Gujarati (Gujarathi, ગુજરાતી, Gujarātī)
Gurkha/Gurkhali – see “Nepali”
Haieren – see “Armenian”
Haitian Creole (kreyòl ayisyen, Creole, Kreyòl)

Harshen/Halshen Hausa – see “Hausa”
(Harshen/Halshen Hausa, Hausanci, هَرْشَن , هَوْسَ)
Hawaiian (ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi)
Hayeren/Hayaren – see “Armenian”
(Ivrit, עברית , ‘Ivrit)
(हिन्दी, हिंदी, Hindī)
Hmong/Mong (Hmoob)
Hmoob – see “Hmong”
(Magyar nyelv)
Ibo – see “Igbo”
Icelandic (íslenska)

(Ibo, Ásụ̀sụ́ Ìgbò)
Ikinyarwanda – see “Kinyarwanda”
Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia)
Inuinnaqtun – see “Inuktitut”
Inuit language – see “Inuktitut”
(Language of the Inuits/Eskimo, Inuinnaqtun, ᐃᓄᐃᓐᓇᖅᑐᓐ)
Iranian Persian – see “Persian (Farsi)”
Irish (Gaeilge, Gaolainn, Gaelic; Not to be confused with “Scottish Gaelic”)
Isan – see “Lao”
Italian (Italiano)
Ivrit – see “Hebrew”
(日本語, にほんご, ニホンゴ, nihongo, Not to be confused with “Javanese”)
Javanese (basa Jawa, ꦧꦱꦗꦮ, باسا جاوا‎ , Not to be confused with “Japanese”)
Jingpho/Jingpo – see “Kachin”
Judeo-German – see “Yiddish”
(Jingpho, Jingpo language)
Kannada (ಕನ್ನಡ, Not to be confused with “Canada” – see “Canadian French”)
Kazakh/Qazaq (qazaqşa)
Kechua – see “Quechua”
Khalkha – see “Mongolian”
Khmer (Cambodian, ភាសាខ្មែរ, Phéasa Khmér)
Kichwa – see “Quechua”
Kinyarwanda (Ikinyarwanda, Rwandan, Ruanda)
Kirghiz/Kirgiz – see “Kyrgyz”
Kiswahili – see “Suaheli”
Korean (hangugeo, hangugmal, 한국말, chosŏnmal, 조선말)
Kurdish – Kurmanji (Kurdî, Kurmancî, Kurmanci, کوردی)
Kurmanji – see “Kurdish”
Kyrgyz (Kirgiz, Kirghiz, Кыргыз, Kyrgyz tili, قیرغیزچا )
Lao/Laotian ( ລາວ, ພາສາລາວ, Phasa Lao; similar to Northeastern Thai, Thai Isan, Lao Isan; Not to be confused with “Luo”)
Lappish – see “Sami”
Latin (Latīnum, Lingua Latīna)
(latviešu valoda, Latviski)
Lettish – see “Latvian”
(lietuvių kalba)
Low German– see “German – Low German”
(Ganda, Oluganda)
Luo (Dholuo, d̪ólúô; Not to be confused with
Luxembourgish/Luxemburgish (Lëtzebuergesch, Luxembourgian, Luxemburgisch)
Maasai (ɔl Maa)
Macedonian (македонски јазик, makedonski jazik)
Magyar – see “Hungarian”
Malagasy (malagasy,language of Madagascar)
Malay/Malayic (Bahasa Melayu , بهاسا ملايو ) – see “Malaysian” or “Indonesian”
Malayalam (മലയാളം, Malayāḷaṁ;Not to be confused with “Malaysian”)
Malaysian (Malaysian Malay, Bahasa Malaysia, Bahasa Melayu Malaysia , بهاس مليسيا; Not to be confused with “Malayalam”)
Maltese (Malti)
Mandarin – see “Chinese”
Manipuri (ইমার ঠার/বিষ্ণুপ্রিয়া মণিপুরী, imār ṭhār, biṣṇupriẏā maṇipurī, Meitei)
Maori (Te Reo Māori)
Marathi (मराठी, Marāṭhī)
Mauritian Creole (Morisien, Morisyen, kreol morisien)
Meitei – see “Manipuri”
Mizo – see “Lushai
Moldavian – see “Moldovan”
Moldovan (Moldavian, limba moldovenească, лимба молдовеняскэ, лимба молдовенѣскъ) – see “Romanian”
Mong – see “Hmong” (Not to be confused with
Mongolian (Mongol, монгол хэл, ᠮᠣᠨᠭᠭᠣᠯ, ᠬᠡᠯᠡ, Khalkha; Not to be confused with “Mong” – see “Hmong”)
Morisien/Morisyen – see “Mauritian Creole”
Myanmar language – see “Burmese”
Nauruan (Nauru, dorerin Naoero)
Nepali (Nepalese language, नेपाली, Nepālī, Gorkha, Gorkhali, Gurkha, Gurkhali)
Netherlandic – see “Dutch”
Norwegian (Norsk)
Nosu – see “Yi”
Nuosu – see “Yi”

Nyanja (ChiNyanja, ChiChewa, Chewa)
Odia (Odiya, ଓଡ଼ିଆ, Oṛiā, Oria, Oriya)
Odiya – see “Odia”
Oria – see “Odia”
Oriya – see “Odia”
Ozbek/Oʻzbekcha – see “Uzbek”
Panjabi – see “Punjabi”
Pashto (Pakhto, Pashtu, Pushto, پښتو, Pəx̌tó, Pax̌tó)
Persian Philipino – see “Filipino”
Pilipino – see “Filipino”
Polish (język polski, polszczyzna)
Portuguese (Português)
Punjabi/Panjabi (پنجابی , پن٘جابی , ਪੰਜਾਬੀ , Panjābī, Gurmukhī, Gurmukhi, ਗੁਰਮੁਖੀ)
Qazaq/Quazaq – see “Kazakh”
Quebec/Québec – see “Canadian French”
Quechua (Runa Simi, Runasimi, Qhichwa Simi, Qheswa Simi, Kichwa, Kechua, Kechuan, Quechuan, Quichua)
Quichua – see “Quechua”
Romanian/Rumanian (limba română, românește, similar to “Moldovan/Moldavian”)
Ruanda – see “Kinyarwanda”
Ruk – see “Chuukese”
Rumanian – see “Romanian”
Runasimi – see “Quechua”

Rwanda/Rwandan – see “Kinyarwanda”
Samoan (Gagana Sāmoa, Gagana faʻa Sāmoa)
Scots Gaelic – see “Scottish Gaelic”
Scottish Gaelic (Scots Gaelic, Gàidhlig, Gaelic, Not to be confused with “Irish”)
Sebwano – see “Cebuano”
Serbian (српски језик, srpski jezik)
Sesotho (Sotho, language of the Basotho in Lesotho)
Shangaan – see “Xitsonga”
Shangana/Shangani – see “Xitsonga”

Shona (chiShona)
Shqiptare – see “Albanian”
Siamese – see “Thai”
Sindhi (सिंधी , سنڌي , Sindhī)
Sinhalese (සිංහල, Sinhala)
Slovak (slovenčina)
(Slovene, slovenščina)
Somali (Af-Soomaali, Af Soomaali, Soomaali, اف صومالي , صومالي)

Sotho – see “Sesotho”
– Standard Spanish/Spain (Espanol, Español, Castellano, Castilian, Castillian)

Spanish – USA/Southern America (Hispanic, Hispano, Hispanol)
Suaheli/Suahili/Swahili (Kiswahili, كِيْسَوَاحِيْلِيْ )
Sundanese (Basa Sunda)
Surayt/Suryoyo – see “Aramaic”
Swahili – see “Suaheli”
Swiss German – see “German – Swiss German”
Syriac/Syrian – see “Aramaic”
Tadzikh – see “Tajik”
Tagalog – see “Filipino”
Tajik (Tadzikh, Забони тоҷикӣ, Zaboni Tojikī, Tajik Persian, Tajiki, форси́и тоҷикӣ́, forsii tojikī) – see “Persian – Tajik Persian”
Tamil (தமிழ், Tamiḻ)
Tartar – see “Tatar”
Tatar (Tatarian, Tartar, Tartarian, татар теле, tatar tele, татарча, tatarça)
Telugu (తెలుగు)
Te Reo Māori – see “Maori”

Tibetan (Standard or Lhasa Tibetan, ལྷ་སའི་སྐད་, Lha-sa’i skad, Lhaséké, Lasägä)
Tonga/Tongan (Tonga, lea fakatonga. Not to be confused with “Tsonga” – see “Xitsonga”.)
Trukese – see “Chuukese”
Tsonga – see “Xitsonga” (Not to be confused with “Tonga/Tongan”)
Tswa-Ronga – see “Xitsonga”
Turkish (Türkçe, Türkiye Türkçesi; Not to be confused with “Turkmen”)
Turkmen (türkmençe, түркменче , تۆرکمنچه , Not to be confused with“Turkish”)
Turoyo – see “Aramaic”

Uighur – see “Uyghur”
Ukrainian (українська мова, ukrainska mova)

Urdu (اردو‎, اُردُو , Urdū)
Uyghur (Uighur, ئۇيغۇرچە , Уйғурчә, Uyghurche, Uyƣurqə, Uyğurçä)
Uzbek (Oʻzbekcha, Ozbek, Özbek, ўзбекча , اۉزبېکچه)
Valencian – see “Catalan”
Vietnamese (tiếng Việt, Hán Nôm, 㗂越, tiếng Việt Nam, 㗂越南, Việt ngữ, 越語)

Visayan – see “Cebuano”
Welsh (Cymric, Cymraeg, y Gymraeg)
White Russian – see “Belarusian”
Xangana – see “Xitsonga”
Xhosa (isiXhosa)

Xichangana – see “Xitsonga”
Xitsonga (Language of the Tsonga/Shangaan people, Tswa-Ronga, Shangaan, Shangani, Shangana, Changana, Chishangana, Chishangana, Chitsonga, Xichangana, Xangana, Thonga. Not to be confused with “Tonga”.)
Yi (Nosu, Nuosu, 彝语, Yíyǔ, ꆇꉙ)
Yiddish (ייִדיש , יידיש , אידיש , yidish, idish, “Jewish”, Yiddish-Taitsh, Judaeo German, Judeo German, jiddisch-daitsch, jüdisch-deutsch)
Yoruba (èdè Yorùbá, عِدعِ يوْرُبا)
Zulu (isiZulu)

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… of more than 7,000 languages in the world
(more will be added to this list)


World Population: ca. 8 billion people

People with internet access: ca. 5 billion people

Languages worldwide: ca. 7,000

Nations/Countries of the world: ca. 195


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Masses are reached with the message.

The message of this website (in different languages and versions of the message) reaches on average more than ca. 1,000 people daily (!) from ca. 100 countries from all over the world! Increasing tendency…

At nearly every hour, several people from several countries are reached with the message.

Current status: 11th July 2024 (updated regularly, ca. monthly)

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